Quality Care Facilities Management is determined to raise the standard of commercial rental contracts and leasing agreements. We aim to remove contractual ambiguity or uncertainty which can lead to disputes and litigation. We offer expert alternative advice to establish a true reflection of the current building condition.
We believe before entering a commercial lease, ensure you know your contractual provision by obtaining your own building report. Our guide to building services engineering will demonstrate the majority of all building defects, create awareness in property neglect or lack of service provisions.
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"Avoid Disputes over the interpretation and construction of clauses in commercial leases"
Commercial Service Charges, sparking concerns over transparency:
Properties in London have seen the greatest increases, which researchers believe has been partly driven by foreign investment. Brexit governs concern over government forecast spending based on 2020 rather than current budget cuts in the public sector. The foreign investment will continue to ease the gap in any possible decline of GDP. I can reassure you the private sector have covered any potential losses in any property investment, so there is no reason to invoke a service charge increase.
Are all your service charges in your lease agreement?
• What is expected from both parties for maintenance and repairs?
• Who is responsible for paying for damages? Under what circumstances?
• Is there additional cost (managing agent) from a third party?
• Do you have to contribute to a reserved fund (is it a fair percentage of the building cost)?
• Do your agreements contain a level of observations?
• What are your rent review provisions?
Building Evaluation - Common Area cost
You may have fears about the future development of the UK economy, entering into negations could just be as risky. Are you going to believe in the landlord or trust in the condition report based on the bricks & mortar and building service facilities provisions?